- Comitup configuration file format
file configures the wifi management service comitup(8).
It is located in the /etc/
- By default, comitup will create a hotspot named
comitup-<nnnn>, and publish avahi-daemon(8) host entries for
comitup-<nnnn> and comitup. Setting this entry will
change the comitup string with one of the users choosing.
- This defines a user web service to be controlled by
comitup. This service will be disabled in the HOTSPOT state
in preference of the comitup web service, and will be enabled in the
CONNECTED state. This should be the name of the systemd web
service, such as apache2.service or nginx.service. This
defaults to a null string, meaning no service is controlled.
- By default, comitup will use multiple wifi interfaces, if
available, to connect to the local hotspot and to the internet
simultaneously. Setting this to something other than "true" will
limit comitup to the first wifi interface.
Comitup is Copyright (C) 2016-2017 David Steele <firstname.lastname@example.org>
comitup(8), comitup-cli(1), comitup-web(8)